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DOLE PINEAPPLE WHIP USING VITAMIX

DOLE PINEAPPLE WHIP USING VITAMIX

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19 Responses to DOLE PINEAPPLE WHIP USING VITAMIX

  1. I had Dole Whip in Hawaii this January, and when I looked for the ingredients, I was disappointed in the additives. Your recipe is all wholesome. I want to try it with my grandchildren. Thanks,
    Gail

  2. Diane;
    I am so going to have to try this I love pineapple and just about anything that is made with pineapple. It looks so devine and so lite. There is another recipe I really love but have not been able to find it anywhere a friend of mine made what she called Hawaian wedding cake, it is so delishious. God Bless You and what you do.
    Bless you
    Nikki

  3. Hi,

    This recipe looks great and I’d really love to try it with my Vitamix, but when I click the link “Instructions to Make Dole Pineapple Whip using a Vitamix” it takes me to the Vitamix webpage. I’m not sure what the ingredients, or how much to use for the Vitamix recipe. Thanks for your help!

    • Karen,

      This Dole Pineapple Whip is really delicious. I made it using my Vitamix. I cleared up the directions on my post. I should have been more clear about if you have a Vitamix to follow the instructions on the pictures. I hope they are clearer. Because I used my Vitamix, I froze the pineapple mixture completely. After whipping the heavy cream and sugar, I added the frozen pineapple mixture to the Vitamix and mixed for 1 to 2 minutes until fluffy. If you DO NOT use a Vitamix, only freeze the pineapple mixture until it is slushy. Then stir the pineapple mixture into the whipped heavy cream. If you do not use the Vitamix and freeze the pineapple mixture completely, you will have to return the mixture to the freezer for about an hour. It is just so much easier to use the Vitamix.

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      Blessings Always, Diane Roark

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  5. Dear Diane,
    I enjoy reading your blog and your recipes! Did you by chance watch the American Baking Competition on CBS recently? I really enjoyed watching it and thought of you. Hopefully, CBS will renew the show for another season – if so, you should try out for it. You’d be great! Have a good day. God’s Blessings to you and your family.

    • Patricia, Thank you so much for your support and encouragement. I love that God is allowing me to do what I enjoy doing which is sharing God’s Word and encouraging others, sharing recipes, restaurants reviews, travel ideas, and just encouraging others to spend time cooking together, eating around the table together, and finding fun things to do together while honoring God. Thank you so much for not only stopping by my blog but taking time to leave a comment. I really appreciate your support.
      I have not seen the American Baking competition on CBS. I am going to look it up. I love watching cooking shows but really never believe I could do it. Blessings Always, Diane Roark

  6. This sounds divine! I will have to give it a try.
    Thanks for posting the link so we (on fb) can all find the recipe.

  7. I’ve had Dole Whip at the Dole Plantation in Hawaii. It’s fabulous.

    My great-niece lives on Oahu, and we always go to Dole to have this when I visit.

    Thanks for posting. Will try the recipe when I visit my son’s family next month. They have a Vitamix.

    M.

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